Definition of Robert Adam from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Robert Adam

 
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(1728-92) a Scottish architect who, with his brother James (1730-94), started a new neoclassical style (= one influenced by the styles of ancient Greece and Rome) in British building and furniture design. They designed many famous houses, including Kenwood House and the main building of Edinburgh University.